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at the gas station the 7 gas companies in california said it's not our fault. instead, they blamed accidents like the chevron refinery fire or unexpected maintenance problems. but the biggest price spikes were in may and october. that's months before and after the chevron fire in august. >> we have seen shifts in price of gasoline. >> reporter: it's one of the reason senator mark leno called a committee hearing today. they found that in may, gas prices shot up to 4.41 a gallon which is the equivalent of $48 million in profit a day for the gas companies. in october, they were hiked even higher to $4.71 a gallon. but because of supply, the profit slightly lower for companies but still $25 million a day. >> i feel certain if we do nothing, that which we have seen this year will only repeat itself in years to come and the spikes that we saw in october might look to be minor spikes compared to what we could have in the future. >> reporter: so he called on robert mccullough who has three decades of experience in energy markets. he pored over thousands of documents and believes that the refineries
at the gas pump this year? well, get ready to add insult to injury. at the time, california drivers were told that the price spikes were necessary to make up for refinery outages. but cbs 5 reporter grace lee found out that we may have been fooled. grace. >> reporter: dana, that is a possibility but we're not sure. that's one reason why they had a special senate committee hearing today and invited a research group that specializes in energy pricing and what they found was after months of research, they could not explain why we had those gas price hikes in may and in october. that's the mystery there. they can't explain it. but it did cost californians in october about $1 billion. >> reporter: when prices spiked at the gas station the 7 gas companies in california said it's not our fault. instead, they blamed accidents like the chevron refinery fire or unexpected maintenance problems. but the biggest price spikes were in may and october. that's months before and after the chevron fire in august. >> we have seen shifts in price of gasoline. >> reporter: it's one of the reason senator mark leno
offenders on school grounds. >> we confirm with the deputy that there is a california statute that basically says registered sex offenders can be on school grounds as long as they have permission by a church -- buy is cool facility. the minister says the case is still open but did not comment on speculation that gurries. it reportedly little or no supervision had somewhat taken advantage of a loophole in the law to be a run hundreds of children. san jose, rob fladeboe. >> team coverage continues and people would think that a registered sex offender would be totally off-limits for a school campus. >> correct there is very little that prevents a registered sex offenders from being at schools. we are saying that there are laws about living at schools under just cause law. you cannot live within 2,000 ft. of preschool. but that has nothing to do with being a school. also if you are on probation or parole you could be prevented to be near children. as a condition of your parole or probation the ones that and, there are two to for laws penal code section 29 0.95 prohibits sex offenders whose victi
. a crucial court ruling is expected to come down on the future of high- speed rail in california. a sack and a county superior court judge will decide to grant the injunction which would halt the project. the first phase of them would be a 65 mi. stretch. construction is scheduled to begin next july. people claim they're asking for the judge to halt all works for their claims could be heard. >> bp has there were charges that britain's biggest joke truckmaker used deceptive practice to make the drugg. it was reported that the drug lead to tens of thousands of heart attacks. they said the company knew about the risk but kept it secret. the food and drug administration received reports of hommel defects related to the energy drink rock star. it cause stomach pains and nausea. no hospitalization was required no deaths were reported at other decaffeinated drinks five our image may have been involved in a number of death five our energy--five energy. >> here is a live look at storm tracker 4 we are following the rain. there is a drizzle there now but you will see a lot more wet weather out in
a wanted gang leader in cuffs. >> and greek life on hold in one of california's big party schools. the drastic response to a student's death here in northern california. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> >> the guy said zoom! >> public to prowling. ed cease-fire broken. >> israel is ready to take whatever action is necessary to defend our people. >> as conflict spills on the streets of the bay area. >> palestine will be free! >> if you want an honest investigation of this tragedy, we will join you. >> former cia director david petraeus heads to capitol hill. >> we'll continue to work to et get answers. >> a notorious violent criminal taken down at a bay area steakhouse. >> this guy had no idea what kind of price he would be paying when he came here for dinner. >> the bakery giant behind twinkies and wonder bread gave striking workers an ultimatum. >> this will affect 18,000 employees. >> from across the bay -- >> this is going to slowly work its way toward the bay area throughout the day today. >> -- to around the world. >> eight to ten seconds later the train blew through the end of t
in california. here's an animation of what they hope will look like once it is completed. county superior court judge will decide whether to grant a preliminary injunction that would halt the project. the first play phase of the plan would be a 65 mi. stretch from merced to fresno. it was set to begin next july but farmers are complaining that they did not do a thorough enough environmental radio. they're asking a judge to halt all work until their claims could be heard at trial. >> the time it is 7:12 a.m. and we'll be back with more in just a couple of minutes. taking a live look here at san francisco and the james lick and our big story this morning for a thanksgiving huge delays the rain and the commute is trying to get to work today. a high spot at the bay bridge were everybody goes. we will keep you updated and we will be right back. >> temperatures are little warm for snow this year but we did have a bit of snow fall already. as a result they're making a lot of man- made powder so ski borders and snow boarders and skiers. we were up there in the sierra yesterday and they are stoned had a
coastal california to the pacific northwest with mountain sundays. sunday, beautiful day in the northeast, still on the chilly side. more rain, windy conditions on the carolina coastline, north and south carolina. we expect more heavy rain in the pacific northwest, more mountain snows there. nice and sunny mak >>> well, we're starting to get our first heavy wave of moisture. right now it's pushing onshore. we've got steady rainfall from san jose up the peninsula and into san francisco, even the north bay starting to the rather active. our showers are creeping up from the south pushing to the north. embedded within the showers we have a few isolated thunderstorms so keep that in mind. we'll have the heaviest rainfall overnight but look what happens on saturday, getting a nice, dry break. temperatures are going to be cool. 65 inland, 64 bayside and 61 at the coast. parts of being an american, you get to watch sunday night "football night in america." that's right. it's a bitter rivalry. the ravens fly into heinz stadium. will they catch up to the steelers? they relish the fight. clear and c
's required under state law to be filed at the california public utilities commission. we already had one filed and approved. now that we have modified the program identified our counterparty who will be providing our full requirement supply, we need to revise the filed plan and that is item 16 on the agenda today. so that's one of the early items in the timeline that i distributed. i also wanted to give you a preview of the materials we'll be going over at the joint meeting, between the puc and lafco that's on november 30. wanted to give you an opportunity to preview it. we will be asking you to take action on november 30, on our customer notification and education plan, and to release the remaining fund for our communications contract. so what i have before you is -- i think very consistent with the direction you've given us and with the amended legislation, the amended program. so the customer notification and education plan that we are developing is based on the market research and community engagement that we've alr
't stand a chance. >> kristen: a california election is one of the most expensive races is over. a democrat has ousted dan lungren. he had refused to give up but with most ballots counted. he captured 49% to barrera's 51%. they spent $8 million on this race. >> eric: when the real rain is going to move into the bay area. >> it's going to affect the peninsula. good morning. we made it to friday and made it to date where the rain is going to start taking over the forecast. here is the embarcadero where it's a little wet. a little drizzle this morning. best chance of rain right now is just south of this area. you can see it on live doppler 7-hd. it is right around daly city. pacifica heading down towards san mateo. the entire peninsula is going to be wet. this cell around fremont. let's take a look at the wall of water moving toward the center of your screen where i have san francisco positioned. it stretches all the way up to sonoma county coast. everybody is going to get wet during the morning commute at least by about 7:00. let's take a look at those temperatures, how should you dress? very
advertising feature. the lawsuit claims that violates california law by publicizing users likes without compensation. the judge rejected an earlier settlement offer because it did not award any money to facebook users. >>> a u.s. judge is allowing apple and samsung to add to their list of products. the judge said samsung could add the iphone five to the pucks it claims infringes on its products. apple will be allowed to add samsung galaxy. apple won an earlier pattern infringement offer. >>> 5:52. we knew it would be big, but how big will it be? the new and the final twilight movie it's now in theaters. how many fans turned out and is this movie worth all the hype. >>> plus a tragic mystery involving a missing bay area girl dating back to the 1980s. when we may finally get answers. >>> good morning. rain is beginning. just had a nice tweet from martin. wet roads in novato so it's on its way. another system late saturday early sunday. >>> time now 5:55. 49ers head coach jim harbaugh expected to be back at work today. the 48-year-old coach went to stanford hospital for what is called a mi
their jobs including those from several plants in northern california. >>> a 14-year-old boy is charged with a violent kidnapping and assault in vallejo. the 65-year-old victim was taken at gunpoint from a shopping area last night. she was assaulted and bound and left unconscious in a ditch. police say the suspect tried to get ransom money from the victim's family. >>> birthday dinner in san francisco led to the arrest of a man wanted for violent crimes in oakland. an off-duty oakland police officer was in a steakhouse on van ness when he saw the suspected gang leader walk in. the officer called oakland police, and they worked with san francisco police to arrest the man as he left the restaurant. traffic and weather coming up. ,,,,,,,,,, >>> good morning. the backup at the bay bridge, after several fender-benders and the ripple effect it's had on the commute throughout the east bay, it's still really jammed up this morning if you are heading through the pay gates to the bay bridge down the eastshore freeway. 66 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze. this is what it's doing to th
is testifying now in front of the senate intelligence committee which is chaired by california senator diane feinstein . reporting live from washington dc. >> we now continue our investigation into questionable spending at the port of oakland. commissioners held a meeting, the port's interim leader promised a new era of being transparent, responsible and ethical. the acting executive director didn't discuss the internal investigation but noted the port is taking steps to improve oversight. an investigation found that -- that couple of top managers expensed thousands of dollars including a trip to a houston strip club. >>> the port must deal with another problem. it runs the oakland airport and some union workers from therehave voted to authorize a strike. the employees are with the union unite here 2850. they work for hms host. a bone of contention is some are union while others are not. there is no timetable on when the union may call a strike. >> bart may need to buy many more trains to handle all the new people. a new report says that bart expects to carry a half million passengers a da
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